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I lied to my patient, and she was thankful A millennial physician chooses to postpone the truth for her's why.
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the inconvenience of being a woman veteran
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Washington-PostWhy Doctor's Kill Themselves
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aceStop Counting and Start Courting: The Role of a Chief Diversity Officer Nicole Roach is Webster University’s first associate vice president for Diversity and Inclusion and senior director for Community Engagement. In this article she shares the process by which Webster University made great progress toward cultivating diversity, taking the emphasis off numbers/demographics, and instead focusing on connections.
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TEDxBrain Surgery with Words Dr. Ray Barfield is a pediatric oncologist at Duke University and director of pediatric palliative care for Duke. He co-leads The Healing Arts Institute that brings together students from the schools of medicine, nursing and divinity around issues of illness, suffering and death. In this moving TEDx talk, he discusses how he approaches the discussion of dying and death with pediatric patients and their families.
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NPRWhy Black Mothers Die - 12 min A look at why black moms die at a higher rate than white moms, despite status and resources....
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Human Error in Volatile Situations A look at what the tiniest bit of human error can do in the most delicate situations. MILITARY CENTRIC!!
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TEDxIn praise of Slowness Journalist Carl Honore believes the Western world's emphasis on speed erodes health, productivity and quality of life. But there's a backlash brewing, as everyday people start putting the brakes on their all-too-modern lives.
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New York TimesHow Doctors Die a look at how - and why - doctors often choose differently from their patients when making decisions about their own deaths.
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